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How do you do this and what does it affect? This one a new one on me, but I'm willing to wrench. If anyone wants a step by step TRE mod for an 03 sv650 let me know and I'll post the link for you, it cost about 50cents and takes about 20 minutes.
 

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If you want to remove the entire pair system, you'll have to remove the reed valves from the head which will prove more difficult than just simple wrenching.
 

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Is it a worthwhile modifacation other than getting rid of hiccups off the throttle? Or rather, are the advantages great enough to warrant doing it?
 

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Bloodhound said:
Is it a worthwhile modifacation other than getting rid of hiccups off the throttle? Or rather, are the advantages great enough to warrant doing it?
Personally, I don't think there is a worthwhile advantage. I disabled mine by putting a bolt in the T-fitting and the bike felt like it had less power. Now, I doubt this is true, but that's just how it felt to me.

But other than getting rid of those little pops, it does nothing for you besides remove a little bit of weight.
 

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Thanx for the response Avid, I don't think I'll be doing that then, and actually I got my bike at MD Racing right now getting my Power Commander dyno-tuned, so I don't think I'll be messing with it now anyhow. Thanx for the info though.
 

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Bloodhound could you hook me up with a link on how to do this mod? Can't find one anywere.
 

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I used Chewys PAIR removal kit and it was worth it. I used rubber caps before and they had cracked and were leaking. Using Cheweys stuff I removed the whole pair system (actually weighs a couple of pounds) and no more poping.
 
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